Harlow, Orchard Croft c.1955

Harlow, Orchard Croft c.1955

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Memories of Harlow


We used to buy our Latton Bush uniforms from Bernards which was on the ground floor of the building which can be seen behind the steps, facing into the market square. The shop was owned by the ...Read full memory

A memory of Harlow by Sue Rowley

Harlow New Town 1969

police Constable Hall

A memory of Harlow by Ray Hall

Pram Town

Harlow as we know it today was the first London-area ‘New Town’ to result from the Town and Country Planning Act of 1946, a long-term plan to build a number of new towns around London to ease ...Read full memory

A memory of Harlow by Julia Skinner

Tanner's Fabrics And The Coffee Roasters

My mother and I used to buy fabrics from Tanners Fabrics in Little Walk. It was a fire-trap - fabrics piled from floor to ceiling and very little room to move. ...Read full memory

A memory of Harlow by Julie Stilwell

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The name Orchard Croft was taken from an old tithe map of the area.

This is an excerpt from Harlow Town and City Memories, by Clare Baster

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